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Dr. Shabbir Alibhai from UHN comments on when it is not appropriate to treat ter...

June 10, 2015
Dr. Shabbir Alibhai from UHN comments on when it is not appropriate to treat terminally ill patients.

A Google Preventive Wristband Hopes to Curb Diseases http://ow.ly/3xVaTC

May 30, 2015
A Google Preventive Wristband Hopes to Curb Diseases http://ow.ly/3xVaTC


A Google Preventive Wristband Hopes to Curb Diseases
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Proposed earlier this year, the Google preventative wristband is being described as a disease-fighting wearable technology.

Lung cancer therapy is 'milestone' - BBC News http://ow.ly/3xVayG

May 30, 2015
Lung cancer therapy is 'milestone' - BBC News http://ow.ly/3xVayG


Lung cancer therapy is 'milestone' - BBC News
www.bbc.com
A lung cancer therapy can more than double life expectancy in some patients, a major trial shows.

RT @NorthYorkMirror: @Baycrest ’s new brain health centre aims to support dement...

May 28, 2015
RT @NorthYorkMirror: @Baycrest ’s new brain health centre aims to support dementia patients.
http://t.co/MSdzEHkxro http://t.co/iOKrpUlCht


Baycrest’s new brain health centre aims to support dementia patients
t.co
The Canadian Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation (CC-ABHI) at Baycrest Health Sciences was officially launched Friday, May 22 with plans...

Genetically modified herpes virus has been shown to ‘cure’ patients of skin canc...

May 28, 2015
Genetically modified herpes virus has been shown to ‘cure’ patients of skin cancer by attacking tumours: study
http://ow.ly/NwDm5


Genetically modified herpes virus has been shown to 'cure' patients of...
news.nationalpost.com
In a worldwide study, scientists showed that the treatment allowed some patients with melanoma to live for more than three years — the benchmark...

How health IT is a barrier to patient satisfaction http://ow.ly/3xT2xA

May 19, 2015
How health IT is a barrier to patient satisfaction http://ow.ly/3xT2xA


How health IT is a barrier to patient satisfaction
www.kevinmd.com
One of patients’ biggest let-downs would be when their doctor keeps glancing in between them and their screens.

A radiologist vs. Marc Cuban: 6 answers to his questions http://ow.ly/3xPkpo

May 5, 2015
A radiologist vs. Marc Cuban: 6 answers to his questions http://ow.ly/3xPkpo


A radiologist vs. Marc Cuban: 6 answers to his questions
www.kevinmd.com
If doctors promised 100 percent certainty, immortality and never missing any diagnosis ever than we certainly have failed.

Use of #E-Cigarettes Rises Sharply Among Teenagers http://ow.ly/3xKct3

April 16, 2015
Use of #E-Cigarettes Rises Sharply Among Teenagers http://ow.ly/3xKct3


Use of E-Cigarettes Rises Sharply Among Teenagers, Report Says
www.nytimes.com
A study released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says use of the devices among middle and high school students tripled between...

No unnecessary screening tests. Even at the cost of my online reputation. http:/...

April 8, 2015
No unnecessary screening tests. Even at the cost of my online reputation. http://ow.ly/3xIIuE


No unnecessary screening tests. Even at the cost of my online reputation.
www.kevinmd.com
For my patients, knowledge isn’t always more blissful than ignorance.

Capturing moments of innuendo in the emergency department http://ow.ly/3xFZa4

April 1, 2015
Capturing moments of innuendo in the emergency department http://ow.ly/3xFZa4


Capturing moments of innuendo in the emergency department
www.kevinmd.com
I wondered if Dr. Seuss ever had any innocent moments that could have been interpreted by an outsider as something coy or devious or silly.

www.healthplexus.net is now fully mobile-friendly. This is great news for our me...

March 29, 2015
www.healthplexus.net is now fully mobile-friendly. This is great news for our members and partners alike!
http://ow.ly/i/a8RGi


Family sues physician, Toronto hospital over #no-resuscitation order http://ow.l...

March 26, 2015
Family sues physician, Toronto hospital over #no-resuscitation order http://ow.ly/3xxYmG


The Toronto Star
m.thestar.com

Were We Getting #Alzheimer’s Wrong? New Study Could Pave Way To Better Treatment...

March 26, 2015
Were We Getting #Alzheimer’s Wrong? New Study Could Pave Way To Better Treatment - Yahoo News Canada http://ow.ly/3xxTtD


Were We Getting Alzheimer’s Wrong? New Study Could Pave Way To Better...
ca.news.yahoo.com
Every 67 seconds someone develops Alzheimer’s, and it remains an elusive, incurable disease for now. However, anew breakthrough in Alzheimer’s...

Scientists use ultrasounds to help reverse #Alzheimer’s symptoms in mice | Toron...

March 24, 2015
Scientists use ultrasounds to help reverse #Alzheimer’s symptoms in mice | Toronto Star
http://ow.ly/KIedk


Scientists use ultrasounds to help reverse Alzheimer’s symptoms in mice...
www.thestar.com
Scientists have had early promising results for a drug-free treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.

Canadian drug trial could be pivotal for #stroke patients - The Globe and Mail h...

March 23, 2015
Canadian drug trial could be pivotal for #stroke patients - The Globe and Mail http://ow.ly/3xxmqj


Canadian drug trial could be pivotal for stroke patients
www.theglobeandmail.com
Neuroprotectant to be used in trial with Ontario EMS teams represents a new hope in preventing damage to brain

Toronto Star makes sobering review of the challenge that #Dementia presents http...

March 23, 2015
Toronto Star makes sobering review of the challenge that #Dementia presents
http://ow.ly/KE1ma


Dementia: a private tragedy looms as a public catastrophe worldwide |...
www.thestar.com
A “tidal wave” of Alzheimer's and other brain diseases will place a crippling strain on global health resources unless effective treatments are...

Google files patent for cancer-zapping wearable http://ow.ly/3xwI9J

March 19, 2015
Google files patent for cancer-zapping wearable http://ow.ly/3xwI9J


Google files patent for cancer-zapping wearable
globalnews.ca
Google may be working on developing a high-tech cancer treatment using wearable technology, according to a new patent filing.

According to the research published in CMAJ, national drug plan can save Canada...

March 16, 2015
According to the research published in CMAJ, national drug plan can save Canada $ billions in spending.


National pharmacare program could save $7.3 billion: study | Toronto Star
www.thestar.com
A CMAJ study shows that a universal prescription drug progam would reduce total spending on drugs in Canada by $7.3 billion.

5 Things Patients Say That Should Make Doctors Sit Up And Listen http://ow.ly/3x...

March 13, 2015
5 Things Patients Say That Should Make Doctors Sit Up And Listen http://ow.ly/3xv6vN


5 things patients say that should make doctors sit up and listen
www.kevinmd.com
Share on FacebookShare on Twitter In the busy world of hospital medicine, where doctors and nurses find themselves rushed off their feet for most...

A billion at risk for hearing loss from exposure to loud music - CNN.com http://...

March 10, 2015
A billion at risk for hearing loss from exposure to loud music - CNN.com http://ow.ly/3xu7R5


A billion at risk for hearing loss from exposure to loud music - CNN.com
www.cnn.com
By listening to music at "normal" level, or hanging out in loud bars, nightclubs, and music and sporting events, you can permanently affect your hearing.